restricted access   Volume 32, Number 2, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Sacred Cursing: In Memoriam, Dannie Abse (1923–2014)

pp. 237-239
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Guest Editors’ Introduction: On the Limits of Disciplinarity: Literature, Medicine, Religion

pp. 240-248
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Medical Eros: Caregivers, Loss, and an Ethics of Waiting

pp. 249-276
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Conversing with Some Chickadees: Cautious Acts of Ontological Translation

pp. 277-298
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“All Apollo’s Arts”: Divine Cures, Afro-Caribbean Knowledge, and Healing Poetry in the British West Indies

pp. 299-324
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When the Doctor Is a Gardener: Victoria Sweet, Hildegard of Bingen, and the Genres of Physician-Writers

pp. 325-347
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Forged by Fire: Margery Kempe’s Account of Postnatal Psychosis

pp. 348-364
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Maternity, Midwifery, and Ministers: The Puritan Origins of American Obstetrics

pp. 365-387
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The Resurrection and the Knife: Protestant Cadavers and the Rise of American Medicine

pp. 388-418
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Quacks, Nostrums, and Miraculous Cures: Narratives of Medical Modernity in the Nineteenth-Century United States

pp. 419-440
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Sin vs. Science?: Rethinking Venereal Disease in Turn-of-the-Century America

pp. 441-465
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Commentary: Storytelling and the Construction of Reality

pp. 466-473
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Reviews

Medical Encounters: Knowledge and Identity in Early American Literatures by Kelly Wisecup (review)

pp. 474-478
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Mammographies: The Cultural Discourses of Breast Cancer Narratives by Mary K. DeShazer (review)

pp. 479-483
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Two Troubled Souls: An Eighteenth-Century Couple’s Spiritual Journey in the Atlantic World by Aaron Spencer Fogleman (review)

pp. 483-486
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Dying Modern: A Meditation on Elegy by Diana Fuss (review)

pp. 486-492
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Contributors

pp. 493-495
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